Tsogo Alumni Society

Tsogo High/Secondary School Alumni – NPO Registration No.053-952-NPO

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Alumni Profile: Portia Victoria Mogosetsi (Tsogo 2003)

Alumni Profile of Portia Victoria Sejeng Mogosetsi

Portia Victoria Mogosetsi (Tsogo 2003)

Portia Victoria Mogosetsi (Tsogo 2003)

I started at Tsogo High School in 2001 with Grade 10 and finished Grade 12 in 2003. Earlier I attended Molapo Primary School, in Ga-Rankuwa, Zone 2 I studied BA in Journalism at UJ, Kingsway Campus, and I’m currently studying film at Big Fish School of Digital Filmmaking, in Milpark. Currently, i am studying film and doing my film learnership at Magic Factory. I’m fascinated by the art of film and the entire process of taking a concept and developing it into a motion picture. This is something I’ve always wanted to do. Visual elements of motion picture have universal power of communication and they keep on evolving; and I want to take part in that evolution.

I’m also a member of the Clearwater Lions Club, a non-profit organisation that serves disadvantaged communities around the world. The club has national and international branches with a network of about 1.3 million men and women in 205 countries who work together to answer the needs that challenge communities all over the world. The objectives of the Club are to encourage service-minded people to serve their community without personal reward, to encourage efficiency as well as to promote high ethical standards in commerce, industry, professions, public world, and private endeavors. Every month our Gauteng branch holds fundraising events to help those who are in greater need.

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Alumni Profile: Caroline Motloba (Tsogo 1996)

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Caroline Motloba (Tsogo 1996)

Alumni Profile of Caroline Motloba

I started at Tsogo in 1990 doing standard 5(Grade 7) with the Marrian Middle School and matriculated in 1996 (Grade 12) I did my primary school in Mothotlung (where I was born) at Mokoena Primary School. Later I went and studied Internal Auditing at Pretoria Technikon. This choice of career was driven by my love for finance subjects and money of course, but I then realized that they were not motive enough; so I changed my course and studied Marketing Management. The deal was also that then we were encouraged to opt for careers that would make us ‘rich’, but I then learnt that for one to succeed and excel in their career they need to go for what they are passionate about and that’s when they will get to make that money.

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